What is a good definition for Cleaning from the video?

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Pope 1 Mock FBA Brytany Pope SPCE 609 Ball State University
Pope 2 Activity #1: Highlight the observable and measurable behaviors in the video with Joseph in Module 2: Functional Behavior Assessment . Speaking out of turn Chewing his pencil Getting mad Getting out of seat Not holding still Lack of social skills Being fidgety Being disruptive Activity #2: Watch Videos Modules #3, 4 and 5, and create behavior definitions for each video. There is a link on the Virtual Relias in Activity #2 that you click on to watch the video. It is one video with the three definitions. Cleaning. What is a good definition for Cleaning from the video?
Example: Using a broom to sweep the kitchen floor and a dustpan to remove any unwanted dirt/dust. Non Example: Using a pole to imitate sweeping the floor during imaginative play Tantrum What is a good definition for a Tantrum for this student?
Pope 3 Example: Laying on the floor while kicking feet and screaming Non Example: Sitting on the floor without making any noise Speaking out of turn What is a good definition for Speaking out of turn?
Example: Student interrupts teacher as she is speaking to ask what time it is. Non Example: Student raises hand to answer a question, and waits to be called upon by the teacher. ABC DATA SHEET INSTRUCTIONS: Record antecedent and consequence data for 3 seconds before and after the behavior. You may check off more than one from any category. Antecedent Behavior Consequence Teacher talking to class and placing demand, expecting students to be sitting quietly and listening Speaking out of turn – Joseph asks, “What time is it?” Verbal redirection – Teacher asked Joseph to raise his hand instead of speaking out Social attention Another student asked for clarification of reading, teacher begins to answer the peer’s question; demand situation Speaking out of turn –Joseph says, “My dog got shot once.” Verbal redirection – teacher tells Joseph that is not appropriate. Social attention – Class all laughed at Joseph’s comment Demand situation – students working independently at desks. Peer says, “Joseph, knock it off!” Joseph speaks out of turn and yells, “Shut up or I’ll hit ya!” Social attention Verbal redirection – Teacher yells at Joseph and sends him to the principal’s office Task was removed
Pope 4 FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT SUMMARY

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